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Help kids understand three dimensional shapes with tasty treats! Have them identify, sort, and add kisses, marshmallows, cheese cubes, and whoppers!

This file is a 1 page worksheet to review how many faces, edges, and vertices there are in these 3-D shapes. Shapes included are a cone, cube, cyli...

I Have... Who Has with 2D and 3D shapes. Perfect!!

The ever popular I Have, Who Has game for shapes. It includes basic 2-d and 3-d shapes. The shapes included are square, rectangle, triangle, squa...

Cute idea for 3D shapes...you could also give them a bag of 3D shaped foods and have them sort and graph them.

This would go PERFECTLY with the 3D shape attributes anchor chart that I might have pinned (YES, I'VE LOST TRACK OF MY OWN PINS!).

Sam en Pam houden van sorteren. Ze zijn daarbij steeds op zoek naar : wat is hetzelfde? En wat is anders ?

3D Food Geometry: Each student gets a sandwich bag of 6 food items (mixed assortment) Hershey Kiss=Cone Marshmallow=Cylinder Cheese=Cube Whopper Candy=Sphere Kids count, add, graph, and compare what they had in their bag with their peers.

3D Shapes...simple sort can be used as a quick comprehension check after introducing the solids...like it